No, with manual white balance it is easy to recalibrate the images to daylight values. Only when using images for professional applications a second, unmodified body can be useful, cause there will be a slight reduction in dynamic range and slightly more moire effects visible.
Does modifying my camera mean that it will be unusable for daylight photography?
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